Wales Area Guides

Whether you’re planning an action-packed adventure or a tranquil getaway, Wales has it all. Explore the beautiful beaches or hike through the mountain ranges. Uncover ancient monuments or savour the incredible dining experiences. Amble through one of the stunning national parks or enjoy a stroll whilst wildlife-spotting. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll have a memorable time in Wales.

Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is a beautiful part of Wales. You can expect the most stunning landscapes across the national park as well as a whole host of activities to take part in. With over 1,200 miles of public rights of way, you can enjoy a stroll or cycle as you breathe in the fresh air.

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Pembrokeshire, located in the southwestern part of Wales, is a county renowned for its stunning landscapes, diverse ecosystems and rich historical heritage. The county's coastline is particularly famous for its sandy beaches, hidden coves and the rugged Pembrokeshire Coast Path which offers breathtaking views of the sea.

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Perched on the south coast of Wales, you'll find the bustling capital city of Cardiff. The largest city in the country, there is something for everyone here. From serene natural beauty spots to popular attractions, a stay here is perfect for all ages. With a buzzing shopping scene, exciting events and entertainment in abundance, Cardiff is the place for a fun-filled city break. 

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Snowdonia, or Eryri, is a mountainous region and national park in northwestern Wales. This beautiful region is known for its stunning landscapes and mountains. The centrepiece of Snowdonia is Mount Snowdon which is the highest peak in Wales and England! Whether you're interested in outdoor activities, historical sites or simply enjoying the natural beauty, Snowdonia has something to offer for everyone.

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The Gower Peninsula

The Gower Peninsula was the first place in Britain to be labeled an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it's easy to see why! With cliffs, woodlands and pristine beaches, the Gower Peninsula is a favourite among walkers, birdwatchers, sunbathers and surfers.

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